Doing totally custom work for my clients always brings a unique challenge, and I
try to perform each project better and faster than the previous one. Inevitably
you have to be shuffling tools from different job sites, so having the right tools
will help you get to the finished product quicker.
When choosing tools, I always look for durability and quality. That's why I buy
Festool tools -- because they hold up. The
Systainer eliminates the effort I used to waste searching for tools. It
organizes my tools, allows me to pull a tool out, use it for the task at hand, and
put it back. No fiddling with supplies, buckets holding tools, or other materials.
All my tools are in place, organized, and easy to access.
Festool's most recent update to the TS 55 is the TS 55 REQ track saw . I've been
using the TS
55 REQ on a number of jobs from sheet goods, to straight-lining rough cut
lumber, to putting in subflooring and custom trim work. It's simple to use and the
mobility of the saw lets you take it into any indoor job site, so you don't have
to take your material outdoors to cut. You can just about eliminate a big job site
table saw. With the accessories that come with it, like different length guide rails,
the HEPA CT Dust Extractor and clamps, it makes previously
hard tasks quick and easy. That way, I can spend time focusing on the big picture
of the project, rather than the small, individual tasks.
Festool makes products of heirloom quality and that's reflected in the work I do.
I've been using their tools for the last
years and they're always consistent, durable, and most of all, accurate. Although
they don't make everything, the tools they do make are sure a heck of a lot better
than anything else.
When I was young, my summers were filled working with my grandfather and father
on a wide range of jobs involving carpentry, farming, and mechanics. They taught
me that when you put in hard work, you get quality results. While it wasn't fun
at the time, those years instilled in me fundamental work ethic that help me run
my business today.
My name is Darcy Warner and I operate a carpentry, remodeling, woodworking business.
I've been a carpenter for
years and most of my work is custom woodwork, onsite remodeling, finish carpentry,
built-ins and trim work. Needless to say, none of the jobs I do are the same from
one time to the next.